ScanAndSend consists of

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The following types of codes can be scanned:


  • Scans codes and immediately sends them to your Mac.
  • Open scanned links directly on your iPhone
  • Offline-Mode: Scans codes and saves them for sending them later
  • Export recently scanned codes into a CSV file for further use
  • Recently scanned codes are saved locally on your iPhone
  • Send already scanned codes again to your Mac
  • Connects with the ScanAndSend app on your Mac

Code is being scanned Code was scanned

Recents list Code is being sent again

Connection view with connecting code


  • Receives codes from your iPhone
  • Copies received codes into the clipboard of your Mac
  • Enters codes as text at the current cursor position*
  • Connects with the ScanAndSend app on your iPhone

° currently only available in the Mac App Store Version, coming soon to the website download version.

* not available in the Mac App Store Version


How do I connect ScanAndSend for iPhone with ScanAndSend for Mac?
  1. On your Mac the ScanAndSend Mac App has to be installed either from the Mac App Store or from the download:
  2. Ensure both devices are on the same network.
  3. Open ScanAndSend on your iPhone and tap “Connection”.
  4. Enter the displayed code in the Mac app’s Preferences Window.
  5. The connection will be established.
Connecting with my Mac doesn’t work. What can I do?

Please ensure that …
… the ScanAndSend App for Mac is installed and started.
… the connection code shown on your iPhone matches the one you entered on your Mac.
… iPhone and Mac are connected with the same network.

Which types of codes are supported?

The following types are supported:

Which data is saved by ScanAndSend?

ScanAndSend doesn’t save any user related data.

It saves only the data of scanned codes and the time when codes were scanned. This data will be saved locally on your iPhone and on the connected Mac.

If you have any further questions please contact us via mail: